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Marketing consultant Lynn Serafinn shows how sales made from ‘hard sell’ marketing are not all they’re cracked up to be and offers a more ethical alternative. Earlier this week, my colleagues at the 7 Graces Project and I hosted an … Continue reading
Sue Ellam explores the impact of images in business, marketing and social media and how some images manipulate emotions rather than reflect the truth. ”A picture paints a thousand words.” – Frederick R. Barnard, 1921 These days, I get bombarded … Continue reading
Sue Ellam explores the meaning behind the word ‘ethical’ in this day and age, and how some companies invalidly earn the label via superficial marketing tactics. Recently I received an email article praising companies who are considered the most ethical. … Continue reading
Author, marketer Lynn Serafinn takes a poetic, philosophical & practical look at Transparency in business, marketing & life. Part 5 of a special 7-part series. One night when I was about 15 years old, I awoke suddenly from a deep … Continue reading